Hyperplane; Separating space into two half spaces, a hyperplane, in mathematics, is a subspace of one dimension less than its ambient space. Do hyperplanes (or boundaries) exist in the landscape of memory? Or do the real, the remembered, and the constructed just fold into each other?

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